First, welcome to my new web site!
So what’s going on here? I’m glad you asked.
I’ve migrated a few old posts from a previous site (which is why there’s a major “devotional” flare to my last several posts! ha!). And I’m going to start blogging here with new content. Post topics will vary simply because I have a lot of categories in which I can write. (see below for more details on intended topics)
The main point of this site will be to create a place where I can showcase both my art and my writing. I’m working feverishly towards finishing my book, so I definitely want to keep you updated on that project. Also, I want to create a place to bring people together for conversations.
So, good things are ahead!
Ok, here’s the “see below” part:
Topics I want to talk about: writing, art / graphic design, RV life / travels, ministry / devotionals, drawings and doodles, book updates, and probably more, but these are the main niches I can think of right now! LOL I also want to have a little fiction post maybe once a week, since that’s the genre of the book I’m working on right now.
For those of you who are interested, I’ve been working on writing a book for the past few years. I’m getting really close to completing it, and bringing it out into publication. The book is Christian, young adult, sci-fi, and half graphic novel, half written prose novel. I’m super excited about getting it finished, guys. Like, SUPER. EXCITED. Anyway. I just had a manuscript evaluation done. Today I got off the phone with my editor, and I amped up with ideas and suggestions to tighten some areas. My next steps are to tweak those areas, and then get a copy edit. I still have to finish some artwork, but I’m close, guys. REAL CLOSE. My goal is still to have the book completed / published by Christmas, and I believe I’m on track to see that happen. (the feature image on this post is a drawing of the main character, Quinn, although this specific scene doesn’t really take place in the book).
I want to hear from you! Here’s a question (and I’ll give my answer to start out the comments): What in the world (nature, the earth, the universe) tells you that God exists?